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To Appear More Intimidating, Just Tilt Your Head Down, Study Suggests

Facial expression can convey a staggering amount of information—not just what kind of mood a person is in or real-time emotional reactions, but also more complex concepts like dominance and subservience. But a new study out in the journal Psychological Science shows that there’s a way to communicate dominance that doesn’t involve moving the facial… Read More »

New computer analytics may solve the hospital readmission puzzle, study suggests

A University of Maryland School of Medicine study suggests that a novel machine learning model developed at the University of Maryland Medical System, called the Baltimore score (or B score), may help hospitals better predict which discharged patients are likely to be readmitted. The research, led by Daniel Morgan, MD, MS, associate professor of epidemiology… Read More »

New Study Suggests Diet May Affect Response To Cancer Immunotherapy Drugs

Could something as simple as diet and fiber intake affect whether cancer patients respond to immunotherapy drugs or not?  Photo credit: Getty royalty-freeGetty People with a type of skin cancer who consumed a high-fiber diet responded better to immunotherapy treatment, according to data presented at a media preview of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)… Read More »